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'Annie' Ends Print Run

On Sunday, after 86 years in print, comics page mainstay Annie—a strip about a little redheaded orphan and her dog Sandy—ran in newspapers for the last time. What do you think?

  • "To be published for 86 years and read for 11 is an accomplishment to be proud of."

    Ken Smith Boiler Operator
  • "I just hope they don't pull the weather section anytime soon. If the newspaper is missing not only Annie, but also the weather, I will have no reason to read the newspaper."

    Ian Seamans Unemployed
  • "Doesn't Daddy Warbucks own the Tribune? That fucker."

    Deborah Halter Knee Bolter

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